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Sponsored by Andover eCademy Andover eCademy students get “All the Best Parts of School.” Andover eCademy is a K-12 virtual school that enables students to take ownership of their learning and has some of the state's top teachers who work...
It's that time of year again: the kids are going back to school! It's also the time of year when going out in public during school hours with my big kids sometimes warrants second looks and the common question,...
Here we are again. Summer is winding down and we are gearing up for another school year. But, this school year brings a whole new meaning for us in our house. Our second child, our second son, is entering...
I know summer just started and we haven't had a solid streak of triple digit temperatures, but we need to talk about school in the fall. I promise to only briefly suspend your summer shenanigans to bring you some much...
I know! It’s crazy! But here in Rural Kansas...the internet leaves a lot to be desired. Sure, I can search the internet, or send an email (can even attach small files!) but streaming is definitely not on the table. No Disney+,  Netflix...
This article is sponsored by the Wichita Public Library. We know too much screen time is not great for our children, but the Wichita Public Library’s Kansas Reads to Preschoolers program is encouraging just a few extra minutes of screen...
Tener trillizos es una experiencia increíble, feliz y caóticamente hermosa. Como padres de trillizos, a menudo se nos presentan algunas preguntas que, muy probablemente, sólo compartimos con otras familias múltiples y una de ellas es si los niños deben...
My son recently became a little Houdini, using every ounce of effort to wiggle out of his straps trying to turn around. After pulling over several times for adjustments, I decided it was time to make the switch to turning his...
Choosing a school for your child - whether it be private, public, homeschool or otherwise - can be intimidating and overwhelming. There are so many options out there, and what better way to help narrow down your decisions than...
For eight years I homeschooled my children. It was the perfect choice for our entire family...until one day it wasn't. My oldest son was made to be around people (he's like his mama that way). Socialization and structure fill...
The holidays are approaching, and all the "Hot Toy" lists have been released. Since I work with dozens of families with their infants, toddlers, and preschoolers, I feel like I have seen every toy ever created. While some of...
We are often asked where to find additional education resources, including special education services and early intervention testing. Below you will find a list of some of the local resources offered. When Should I Talk to a Pediatrician About My...
As students grow older, parents may find teaching certain subjects intimidating – or perhaps they wish their child to experience a traditional classroom setting in preparation for college. These schools and programs offer extension and enrichment classes to elementary, middle...
March 14th, National Write Your Story Day Remember how you felt on your very first day of school? Or what about that time you rode down a hill and took your feet out of the pedals of your bike? The...

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